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I thought the “Slippery When Wet” traffic sign was a car that had grown long bendy legs.
When I was a child, I used to believe that traffic lights were operated by a person underground who saw everything and changed their colour with a button, so he or she decided when the cars could pass and when not.
I used to believe that car exhaust pipes were what propelled cars, instead of the engines.
I once thought that the octane numbers on gas tanks were the years they had been manufactured in (ex: 87 octane was actually '87 octane), and that 93 octane (called Ultra 93) had just come out that year.
When I was a little boy I used to think that the people who drove cars must learn all the road by heart . Often I saw some cars who were not driving on the middle of de road and i thought these people did'nt leran their rules. I believed that because we said "rules of the road" . I discover it was wrong because one time my father had an accident andn I understood the people don't learn the road by heart
when i was little i thought that cars flew to pass in the lane because they told me that the car could not pass over it.
I used to believe planes flew by being attached by strings like a kite.
When I was 3, I used to believe that motorways were big conveyor belts because why would everyone on a motorway agree to drive fast? Let’s just say, I wasn’t the smartest kid.
I thought carpool lanes were for cars...with pools. Could NOT understand how the water didn't slosh out. I definitely pictured the cars as limos.
I used to think that there was some kind of portal to my hometown from Southern California, because I recall us driving out of SoCal and suddenly ending up in my hometown: turns out I was just asleep for that whole time but woke up later.